Kimberly Jane Flowers, age 60, of Gainesville, GA passed away September 11, 2019. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and grew up in the Midwest.  After graduating high school, she enlisted in the Ohio National Guard and served as a nurse.  After leaving the military, she earned her bachelors degree in nursing from the University of Toledo. After leaving the military, she spent thirty four years serving others as a registered nurse and a legal nurse consultant.

She was a member of New Branch Community Church, an avid scrapbooker, wonderful mother, Gammy to her granddaughters and dog mother. She is admired for her loving spirit and fight for life.

She is survived by her Son & Daughter In Law Tyler William & Jennifer S. Flowers of Gainesville, grand-daughters Brooklyn & Elizabeth (Liza) Flowers, Sister & Brother In Law Melissa Jo & Gerry O'Neill of Richmond, VA, brother in law & sister in law Scott & Kimberly K. Flowers of Brooklyn, MI, sister in law & brother in law Cheryl & Don Weaver of East, Ohio, 8 nieces and nephews and many loving friends that are more like family. She is preceded in death by the love of her life, William James Flowers and her mother Mary Jane Robinson and father Joseph Charles Habacker.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held Saturday September 21st, 2019 at 11:00 am at St. Paul UMC in Gainesville Ga. with Rev. Geoffrey Grubbs and Pastor Ken Rucker Co-officiating. Those desiring may make contributions in her name to the Pulmonary Hypertension Association at https://phassociation.org/donate/ or to SPCA animal rescue at georgiaspca.org.

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  1. Kim was the best friend a girl could have. I loved her and Bill. They were and still will be my family. Kim made me laugh, cry and think about things. I have so many great memories of her that I could not write them all. She is going to missed but in my heart she will always be.

  2. I will miss Kim, she was a beautiful person! I worked with her for over 9 years at Owen Gleaton, and I was truly blessed to have known her. She was a wonderful person and will be truly missed!

  3. Tyler and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to lose someone so special. I know she will be with you in spirit and in all your great memories of her. May knowing she is with Him bring you comfort and peace.

  4. I am praying for the family during this time of loss . Nothing can ever prepare you all for this time but know God is with you all.

  5. I worked with Kim at Owen & Gleaton. So sorry for all the family has been through in recent years, but she was a believer, and now she is with Bill.

  6. Tyler, I know you and Jennifer and the girls will miss having your mom share in all the events of your lives. I’m sure you were the joy in hers. She must have been special to have raised such a fine son. You are her legacy. Praying for God’s comfort as you grieve.

  7. I loved working with Kim at Owen Gleaton for 10+ years, and having lunch with her every day during the work week. I truly miss her and am sad she is gone, but I know she and Bill and Skittles are together, which makes me smile to know they are happy again.

  8. I didn’t know Kim very well, but work with husband Bill for 20 + years. I met Tyler when he was not so tall and just a young one. Bill always spoke highly of Kim and I could tell he loved her. Fair thee well Kim and go be with Bill again.

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